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  • Buckley

    Buckley

    Buckley, WA is a beautiful little town near the entrance to Mount Rainier. Mostly rural, country area, but close enough to the city to enjoy concerts and shows. It is…

  • Carnation

    Carnation

    Carnation is a suburb of Seattle, located in King County, with a population of 1,767. Carnation is in King County. Living in Carnation offers residents a rural feel and is…

  • Covington

    Covington

    Covington is a mid-size city that has a very peaceful small town feel and is located near many parks, lakes and hiking trails and there is no shortage of good…

  • Duvall

    Duvall

    Duvall is the definition of small town living! a quaint old city, with deep Washington roots and culture. A great community town along the Snoqualmie Valley River that has the…

  • Enumclaw

    Enumclaw

    Enumclaw is a quaint and charming city with friendly faces and thoughtful hearts. It provides that rural setting and appeal, with a gentle brush stroke of urban culture. Just a…

  • Federal Way

    Federal Way

     Federal Way is a Diverse Community located between Seattle and Tacoma. Transit and freeway are easily accessible making for an easy commute into the bigger cities. Located next to the…

  • DuPont

    DuPont

    DuPont ranks as perhaps the most secure spot to live in Washington. It is a charming rural town in Pierce County found Northwest of Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). With a…

  • Eatonville

    Eatonville

    Eatonville is a peaceful town with a very close network, always glad to welcome new individuals and families. The entire city resembles a mammoth group of 3025 people situated in…

  • Edgewood

    Edgewood

    Edgewood is a little rural city in Pierce County, with a populace of 10,599 individuals. It is a Regional focus found East shore of Puget Sound in west-focal Washington. Neighboring…

  • Fife

    Fife

    Fife is a unique blend of American feasting and open-air entertainment, deliberately set just minutes from the Tacoma Dome, Port of Tacoma, Interstate-5, and critical urban networks. It has a…

  • Gig Harbor

    Gig Harbor

    A captivating maritime town found near Puget Sound in Gig Harbor. This delightful network with fabulous points of view of nearby Mount Rainier appreciates quiet isolation while as yet being…

  • Lakewood

    Lakewood

    Lakewood is a city with a population of more than 60,000 individuals situated in Pierce County, Washington. A suburb of Tacoma with different people in different regions, this gave the…

  • Puyallup

    Puyallup

    Encircled by farmland at Pierce County is Puyallup. Pronounced “pew-al-up” is about 10 miles southeast of Tacoma and 35 miles south of Seattle; the town is at the foot of…

  • Sumner

    Sumner

    Sumner embodies everything, Americana! This city is in northern Pierce County, serving a population of 10,173 individuals. It has a perspective on Mount Rainer from pretty much anywhere, giving a…

  • Tacoma

    Tacoma

    Tacoma is an urban city with a population of more than 190,000 residents. It is located 32 miles southwest of Seattle and 31 miles southwest of Olympia. It is 58 miles northwest of Mount Rainer. Tacoma is one of the largest cities in the region and state Tacoma is renowned for its hugely successful glass workmanship, and the city is full of craftsmanship and history. The region with an array of exceptional events is like there are four metropolitan centers in one. In downtown Tacoma, residents are surrounded by innovation and elegance. The city promotes the…

  • Renton

    Renton

    Renton is a suburb of Seattle, located in Kings County close to downtown Seattle with a distance of just 11 miles separating them. Renton is the 4th largest city in…

  • Wilkeson

    Wilkeson

    Wilkeson is a small and sparsely populated town in Washington. Its small population gives it a tranquil ambiance as well as offering rural and natural feelings. On the climate front, it…

  • Tukwila

    Tukwila

    Tukwila is a suburban town in Washington. It is located in Kings County and is part of the cities in the Seattle metropolitan area. Tukwila borders Seattle and is only…

  • SeaTac

    SeaTac

    Housing the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and deriving its name from a portmanteau, SeaTac is one of the more popular cities in Kings County. It was named after the Seattle-Tacoma airport,…

  • North Bend

    North Bend

    North Bend, which gets its name from its proximity to the north bend of the Snoqualmie River, is situated in Kings County, Washington. The city is famous for its numerous…

  • Des Moines

    Des Moines

    Des Moines is a small city about halfway between Seattle and Tacoma. Situated to the east of Seattle,  Des Moines has quite a long stretch of coastline, with stunning views of Puget Sound, several of its…

  • Newcastle

    Newcastle

    Newcastle is a Seattle suburb in Kings County, Washington. It is highly regarded by Washington residents as one of the best places to live in Washington. The city is densely…

  • Edmonds

    Edmonds

    Edmonds is a waterfront community, about 11 miles northwest of Seattle. It’s known for its cozy small town feel, arts and food scene, and its ferry that runs to the…

  • Seattle

    Seattle

    Seattle is a port city and the largest city in Washington state. It is the fourth-largest port in North America and is quite a hilly area featuring the famous Capitol…

  • Issaquah

    Issaquah

    Issaquah is a city about 15 miles east of Seattle, along Interstate 90, near the footsteps of the Cascade Range. It is quiet, yet vibrant, and offers a wide variety…

  • Woodinville

    Woodinville

    Only 13 miles away from Seattle, Woodinville is a city in King County. It is a city best known for its valleys, waterfront parks, and ever-increasing wineries. A city with…

  • Sammamish

    Sammamish

    Earning its name from a neighboring lake and located in King County is Sammamish, a city situated on a plateau. It is one of the more recently incorporated cities in…

  • Pacific

    Pacific

    Pacific is a city in Washington with its territory spanning across the King and Pierce counties. The city is located between Seattle and Tacoma, making it a very vibrant commuter…

  • Kenmore

    Kenmore

    Kenmore is a small city at the north end of Lake Washington. Though it has historically been known as a quiet bedroom community for both the East Side and Seattle,…

  • Milton

    Milton

    The city, with 38,171 occupants, was set up in 1907. Milton is based among Pierce and King Counties. It’s situated toward the East of Fife and the north of Tacoma.…

  • Kent

    Kent

    Kent is the 6th-largest city in Washington, and sits about 19 miles to the south of Seattle. Kent is home to the Oberto Sausage Company and REI, and has significant…

  • Steilacoom

    Steilacoom

    Steilacoom, built up in 1854, is the most seasoned network in the province of Washington, and they are not reluctant to state it. With a little more than 6,000 individuals,…

  • Fircrest

    Fircrest

    Fircrest is a network in Pierce County, USA, with a populace of 7,000. It is arranged between the region of Central Tacoma, West Slope of Tacoma, and the University city…

  • Orting

    Orting

    The town of Orting is arranged in Pierce County, around 30 miles from the Rainier Range. The Carbons River and Puyallup River ascend in a fruitful district fixated totally on…

  • Carbonado

    Carbonado

    Carbonado is a little town situated on Hwy 165 close to the Carbon River in Northern Pierce County, Washington. This beguiling remote zone is half-covered up in the shadow of…

  • Kirkland

    Kirkland

    Kirkland is Washington’s 6th-largest city, and sits on Lake Washington’s east side, across the water from Seattle, just north of Bellevue. Kirkland is famous for its high-end real estate, stunning…

  • Roy

    Roy

    Roy is a little town outside Tacoma that has, for the most part, Rural. Roy is known as one of the region’s oldest cities and a major railroad stop. Roy…

  • Lake Forest Park

    Lake Forest Park

    Lake Forest Park was originally designed as a planned community, filled with single-family homes on large lots, with an emphasis on appreciating and preserving the natural landmarks of the area.…

  • Shoreline

    Shoreline

    Shoreline is one of the largest cities in King County, with a population of 53,0007 people at the last census. It is, in fact, the 20th largest city in Washington.…

  • Skykomish

    Skykomish

    Skykomish is a town in King County, Washington. It gets its name from the Skykomish River Valley, which is located nearby. The city was initially founded as a railroad town…

  • Ruston

    Ruston

    Ruston is a small city in Pierce County, Washington. It is a little known residential city that lies in the shadow of its engulfing neighbor, Tacoma. Ruston only recently became…

  • Lynnwood

    Lynnwood

    Lynnwood is a small town situated just about equidistant between Everett and Seattle. Known for it’s quiet, suburban feel and affordable housing, Lynnwood is also home to one of the…

  • Mercer Island

    Mercer Island

    Mercer Island is an island (surprise!) city on Lake Washington, in between Seattle and Bellevue. It’s more of a small suburban town, than a city, really. Mercer Island is primarily…

  • Redmond

    Redmond

    Redmond is one of the largest cities on the east side of Lake Union. It is most famous for being the home of Microsoft, but it has several other claims…

  • Algona

    Algona

    Algona,WA is located in King County approximately 20 miles south of Seattle. There is a small population of 3,223 people and is adjacent to another small municipality, Pacific and they…

  • Auburn

    Auburn

    Auburn is a mid-sized city 20 miles south of Seattle that claims a population of 70,000. Emerald Downs Racetrack and a Boeing Plant both reside inside within the city limits,…

  • Beaux Arts Village

    Beaux Arts Village

    Beaux Arts Village is a suburb of Seattle with a populace of approximately 300-400 people. Located in King County on the eastern shore of Lake Washington and is perhaps the…

  • Bonney Lake

    Bonney Lake

    Bonney Lake is a gorgeous town that is really growing quite a lot beautiful place to live.  Seeing Mount Rainier and beautiful sunsets almost every day as you drive around…

  • Alki

    Alki

    The Alki neighborhood is, perhaps, Seattle’s most unique. Almost like a little slice of California (at least on the warmer days) Alki has one the Northwest’s few sandy beaches. The…

  • Bellevue

    Bellevue

    Long known as Seattle’s little sister city to the east, Bellevue has grown up, from a small town surrounded by farms and fields, to a bustling metropolitan center, lit up by life,…

  • Bothell

    Bothell

    “Welcome to Bothell, for a day or a lifetime!” Known for its quiet neighborhoods, reasonable housing prices, and close proximity to both Seattle and the East Side cities of Woodinville,…

  • Burien

    Burien

    Southwest of Seattle, along the West Seattle peninsula, sits the little town of Burien. Having long been something of a hidden gem, away from the hustle of the city, Burien…